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SeaQuest Las Vegas – tickets, prices, discounts, animal feeding tokens

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SeaQuest Las Vegas is a fun interactive aquarium where the kids can see, feed and touch the sea animals. 

The wildlife attraction is 31,000 square feet of interactive, educational, hands-on fun for both kids and adults, involving more than 300 species.

After it got inaugurated, SeaQuest in Vegas won the TripAdvisor Certificate of Achievement for three straight years – 2016, 2017, 2018.

In this article, we share everything you must know before buying your SeaQuest Las Vegas tickets. 

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What to expect at SeaQuest Las Vegas

SeaQuest Las Vegas is a break from Sin City’s attractions on the Strip and offers an opportunity to interact with wildlife and learn about the planet’s diverse inhabitants.

It takes you on an interactive quest through more than 30 themed exhibits where you’ll hand-feed birds in exotic aviaries, discover desert reptiles up close, touch sharks, interact with stingrays, and much more.

Besides the sea animals, visitors also engage with many land animals, such as birds, snakes, turtles, etc. 

For a small fee, visitors can enter the specialty exhibits and get a hands-on experience with different animals.

Check out this video to know what to expect at this attraction, which calls itself the ‘Petting Zoo Aquarium.’

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SeaQuest Las Vegas tickets

It is better to purchase SeaQuest Las Vegas tickets in advance because it helps you save time at the venue.

Once you make the purchase, the tickets get emailed to you—no need to take a printout. 

On the day of your visit, you can show the tickets on your smartphone and walk in. 

If you want to feed the animals at the SeaQuest aquarium, add ‘Feeding Tokens’ on the ticket booking page. 

Kids under two years get in for free.

Ticket price

Adult ticket (12 to 54 years): $11.90
Child ticket (2 to 11 years): $7.10
Seniors ticket (55+ years): $9.50
Military/Student ticket (valid ID): $9.50

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Natural History Museum + SeaQuest

Since both SeaQuest Las Vegas and Las Vegas Natural History Museum appeal to families with kids and are not far from each other, visitors tend to purchase their tickets together. 

They are just 7 km (4.5 miles), and a taxi can cover the distance in around 15 minutes. 

If you purchase the Museum + SeaQuest combo, you can get a 10% discount on the ticket price.

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Where is SeaQuest Las Vegas

SeaQuest is in Boulevard Mall, just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, Downtown, and the Las Vegas Convention Center. Get Directions

The Boulevard Mall is at 3528 S Maryland Pkwy, in Paradise, Nevada.

There is lots of parking in Boulevard Mall, which guests to SeaQuest can use. 

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SeaQuest Las Vegas hours

From Monday to Thursday, SeaQuest Las Vegas opens at 11 am and closes at 8 pm.

The aquarium’s weekend timings differ – on Friday it is open from 11 am to 9 pm, Saturday from 10 am to 9 pm, and on Sundays, it is available from 11 am to 7 pm. 

Day of the weekTimings
Monday11 am to 8 pm
Tuesday11 am to 8 pm
Wednesday11 am to 8 pm
Thursday11 am to 8 pm
Friday11 am to 9 pm
Saturday10 am to 9 pm
Sunday11 am to 7 pm

The last admission is one hour before closing. 

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Best time to visit SeaQuest Vegas

The best time to visit SeaQuest Las Vegas is as soon as they open at 11 am.

Early in the morning, the animals are in their most active state, and the crowd is yet to come in.

We recommend weekdays for a peaceful visit because it gets crowded on weekends and school holidays.

Some experiences, such as ‘Meet the Mermaid’, are only available on weekends. 

Mermaid in Seaquest Aquarium Las Vegas
Kids are in awe of the mermaid at Las Vegas SeaQuest. Image: Visitseaquest.com

Since it is an indoor attraction, it gets crowded on bad weather days. 

Important: When you buy SeaQuest tickets online, you can skip the long lines and walk in.

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How long does SeaQuest Las Vegas take

Birds at SeaQuest Las Vegas
SeaQuest isn’t just for the kids – adults also get their share of fun from the visit. Image: Visitseaquest.com

Families with kids tend to spend around two hours at SeaQuest Las Vegas.

Guests in a hurry can rush past all the interactive wildlife experiences in an hour. 

Even though SeaQuest Las Vegas is a small aquarium and doesn’t have as many animals as a zoo, it is very interactive, keeping the visitors engaged. 

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SeaQuest Las Vegas prices

The SeaQuest Las Vegas ticket for adults aged 12 to 54 years costs $11.90 per person. 

Kids aged 2 to 11 pay only $7.10 for their entry.

It is better to purchase the tickets online to avoid waiting time at the venue.

SeaQuest Las Vegas discount

Infants up to two years old get the best discount – they can enter for free.

Kid with turtle at Vegas SeaQuest

Kids 2 to 11 years get a 40% discount on the adult ticket price and pay only $7.10.

Visitors 55 years and older, students, and military personnel with valid ID cards get a 20% price reduction on their SeaQuest Las Vegas tickets and pay only $9.50 for admission. 

Nevada residents get special discounts when they show their photo ID cards at the venue.

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Animal feeding at SeaQuest Las Vegas

The animals at SeaQuest Vegas eat a carefully monitored diet, which the aquarium keepers handle. 

SeaQuest Las Vegas feeding tokens

However, as additional nutrition, they can nibble small eats offered by the visitors. 

Kids love this aspect of their SeaQuest experience, where they can feed the fish and animals.

To feed the animals, visitors need to purchase tokens. 

When you buy SeaQuest Las Vegas tickets, you can add ‘Feeding Tokens’ to your purchase.

These Seaquest feeding tokens can be used in many vending machines to buy snacks for certain animals throughout your experience. 

A staff member assists the visitors in sharing the snacks with the correct animals. 

The animal food is also available for purchase from the ticket office and the aquarium’s food counters.

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Outdoor playground

Towards the end of all the animal exhibits, a door near the bird habitat leads to the outdoor playground. 

Once you step out, you spot an area to sit down and relax even as kids can play. 

Since there are enough tables, this is an excellent place to open up the food and drinks you have brought to the attraction and re-energize.


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